Peter Gammons: Reflection of Yankees over Twins on this Wild Card Wednesday

NEW YORK—When the Yankees defeated the Phillies to win the 2009 World Series, it was the first title in the new venue, and turns out to be their last, as if eight seasons without winning a World Series is hardly a long time. What I remember most is how quiet it seemed, like a Thursday […]

Videos: Peter previews Wild Card games and October ahead

Peter from Yankees Stadium talks Ervin Santana starting the Wild Card game, the Yankees and more… Peter joins MLB Tonight to talk about the AL and NL Wild Card Games… Twins manager Paul Molitor chats with Peter about the upcoming AL Wild Card game against the Yankees… Peter joins The Rundown from the Bronx as […]

Video: Peter talks Indians and Twins

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central to talk about the success of the Indians pitching staff and the lessons the young Twins are learning…

Peter Gammons: State of the league going into the All Star Break

We’ve heard the game show since mid-March, “buyers” and “sellers,” who they should be and what they should do. As the second half of the season began, by Friday the Milwaukee Brewers had a 4 ½ game lead in the National League Central with the fourth best run differential (+40) in the league. And when […]

Peter discusses the Trade Deadline

Peter joins MLB central as the Trade Deadline approaches to discuss which players may be traded, Chris Gimenez contributions, the Angels finding a way without Trout, and more…

Videos: Peter on Twins performance, Red Sox roster issues, and the NL Central

Peter Gammons tells Kelly Nash his theory about the Twins’ performance and gives his opinion on the NL Central… MLB Network insider Peter Gammons joins Christopher Russo on High Heat to discuss the issues that have plagued the Red Sox in 2017…

Peter Gammons: The integration of science and humanity

We don’t know why baseball is in an era of inaction, or record numbers of home run and strikeout outcomes. We can look at Yandy Diaz, whose 92.9 average exit velocity is in the top 20 in baseball, yet the average distance of what he hits is 123 feet, infield at double play depth. We […]

Peter Gammons: Chase Utley, Mattingly’s roster decisions, the Mets, and more

Understand, the return of Chase Utley was not a luxury item, a Rodeo Drive trinket. It was, in many ways, Farhan Zaidi and Andrew Friedman’s exercise in baseball democracy. It was clearly peer driven, respect from teammates, young and old, that even with the acquisition of Logan Forsythe—which was universally applauded by the Dodger players—the […]

Video: Peter Gammons on “Little Things” and details

Peter Gammons joins Hot Stove to discuss Don Mattingly motivating the Marlins and what expectations should be for the club in 2017, Buck Showalter’s attention to the details, the Twins’ use of Sano, and more…

Peter Gammons: Ten thoughts when not slipping on black ice

1). On January 23, somewhere between 12 and 20 teams will attend an indoor showcase outside Boston to watch Craig Breslow throw. Depending on whether or not he insists on a guaranteed deal, one club, after watching his video, estimates as many as a dozen teams could offer to sign the 36 year old. Yes, […]